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Guided Tour of Kings County Distillery in Brooklyn
Breathe in the scents of locally made craft spirits as you tour a distillery in the heart of Brooklyn. Enjoy an inside look at how whiskey is produced before sampling some of the goods for yourself.
What You Will Do
- Sample a variety of whiskies—taste the full range of flavors and discover your personal preference
- Stroll around a local distillery and check out all the equipment needed to produce top-shelf whiskies
- Learn the history of distilling in America and the role New York played in it as a professional whiskey maker gives you a behind-the-scenes look
- Distillery tour with guide
Guests must be 21 or older.
Tickets are non-refundable but can be rescheduled by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 1,041 Ratings
Please disregard the “very dissatisfied” response I sent by mistake. Everything was great!
The tour guide was knowledgeable and had interesting stories and insights. He was able to answer all questions. The tasting selections were perfect choices to complete the tour experience.
We enjoyed learning the history of whiskey production, prohibition, etc. and how whiskey and moonshine are made. Sarah was a great tour guide! The taste test at the end was fun. We loved the tour and will recommend to our friends.
Great Tour Guide - informative and funny
The history segment of the tour was so interesting and informative; I learned a lot about American and New York state history. And the tasting was absolutely delicious. I'm definitely going to bring more friends along next time.
The history was great the guide was awesome my husband and I have been telling everyone on Staten Island they should make the trip to BK!
The tour was very informative and the atmosphere and staff were top notch.
A great experience! Evan was a fantastic tour guide: smart, clever, knowledgeable, accurate, a story teller, and he went out of his way to describe details about almost all of the specialty whiskeys. Give that man a raise! The buildings were perfect - just the right atmosphere for a distillery. And the tasting rooms built into the guard houses were amazing - circular turrets, great rustic decor, a cocktail garden, and even serving beer & food! A very enjoyable Saturday afternoon!
The tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. It was a great experience. Thank you!
Nice And expert guide, good explanation of the distilling process and amazing bourbon tested! Low prices I bought 5 and I’ve never drunk bourbon before. Thanks so much!
Fantastic staff, knowledgeable tour guide and above all awesome whiskey! I’ll be spreading the word about these guys back in Europe :-)
Loved how you put the distillery's history in context with the history of whiskey making in America. And such a beautiful space!
Great tour, very informative. Beautiful distillery and loved the whisky too. Will return with more friends soon!
It was a great tour! It was really interesting and we learned a lot. Our tour guide was great too, I don't remember his name, but it was at the 5 pm tour on wed. dec, 27.
The tour was really a great moment, our guide captivating and the strory part was really interesting. I will recommend this tour to everyone over 21.
The tour was fun and informative, and the guide was very engaging
An amazing rich tour of one of the best distilleries making some of bourbon. I have spent the last 5 years enjoying the world of whiskey and Kings County is one of my favorite.
Our tour guide was wonderful! Very interesting and funny! And naturally whisky was amazing
The guide, sales staff and anyone else we talked to were friendly and knowledgeable.
Our tour guide, John, was awesome. My wife and I loved it and learned a lot.
People there are very nice and accommodating! Had to reschedule twice and they were extremely understanding. The distillery itself is not big but it was a nice place to visit on a weekend afternoon. The bar area is very cute as well. The tour guide we had was decently informative but not as engaging as I expected. Overall a great experience - would recommend if you have a free weekend in Brooklyn.